HydraFacial and Zo Skin Health Create Booster Serum to Make Skin Shine

The HydraFacial Company
HydraFacial has partnered with Zo Skin Health to create a new skin boosting serum. // Photo Credit: The HydraFacial Company

To kick off its series of upcoming skincare collaborations for the new year, The HydraFacial Company is partnering with Zo Skin Health to produce the HydraFacial Brightalive Booster Serum, which will be available in December 2018 at select physician’s offices and medical spas.

“We are excited to join forces with Zo Skin Health, a like-minded brand that shares our commitment for improving skin health around the globe,” says Clint Carnell, CEO of The HydraFacial Company. “By combining our efforts, we have created a fantastic in-office treatment that both of our customers will love. We look forward to our partnership with ZO as the first of many collaborations with skincare leaders.”

The HydraFacial Brightalive Booster Serum is a comprehensive solution designed to redefine overall skin health and increase rejuvenation. The serum will bright skin tone and lessen the appearance of discoloration to create an instant, gratifying glow.

HydraFacial says it chose Zo Skin Health as the first partner in its 2018 collaboration series as both Zo Skin Health products and HydraFacial products pair nicely, and both aim to make users skin the best it can be. When used together, HydraFacial uses patented technology to cleanse, extract, and hydrate while Zo Skin Health provides advanced skin health solutions to achieve total skin health restoration and to create the skin’s brightest complexion.

For more information, visit HydraFacial and Zo Skin Health online.


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